Kobiety dyktatorów

Kobiety dyktatorów

Autor: Diane Ducret

Miłość. szaleństwo czy żądza władzy?

Lenin żył w związku z dwiema kobietami. które wiedziały o istnieniu rywalki.

Mussolini miał setki kochanek. mimo że chlubił się brutalnymi gwałtami.

Stalin ożenił się dwa razy. choć wcale nie był przystojny – miał rany po ospie i jedną rękę krótszą od drugiej.

Hitler – nieobliczalny tyran – codziennie dostawał listy miłosne od wielbicielek.

Dlaczego partnerki gwałtownych i niezrównoważonych dyktatorów postanowiły poświęcić im swoje życie? Czy była to miłość od pierwszego wejrzenia? Kierowała nimi chęć zdobycia władzy? A może same były obłąkane…? Każda z nich miała inny powód. ale jedno je łączy – związały się z szaleńc

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The Marne

Autor: Edith Wharton

American writer Edith Wharton is known for her novels of manners set in old New York; yet much of her adult life was spent in France. She lived in Paris throughout World War I and was heavily involved in refugee work. She was a hugely successful writer and the first woman ever to win the Pulitzer Prize for her novel „The Age of Innocence”. In this 1918 novella. we are introduced to the story of 15-year-old Troy Belknap who is from a wealthy family in New York but yearns to serve in the area of France along the Marne River where critical World War I battles took place. known as The Marne. Wharton takes the reader on a dizzying journey down the line between Troy’s rose-colored. heroic ambitions. the grim realities of the war. and the often hollow and ugly attitudes of Americans at home.

Wydawnictwo: KtoCzyta.pl

Cena: 14.9


The Fruit of the Tree

Autor: Edith Wharton

Published in 1907. this little novel by the author of „The Age of Innocence” was considered controversial for its frank treatment of labor and industrial conditions. drug addiction. mercy killing. divorce. and second marriages. Clever. idealistic and poor John Amherst. the assistant manager of the cotton mill. is fed up with the deplorable working and living conditions of the workers in his charge. While visiting a worker in hospital he encounters a young nurse. Justine. compassionate and principled. a woman who shares his dreams and aims. But Amherst is fatally distracted when he meets a wealthy and charming widow Bessy who is a new owner of the mill. The lives of all three become strangely interwoven as Amherst is forced to choose between sense and sentiment. between his care for the working classes and his infatuation with Bessy – a woman made for passion. but not for its aftermath.

Wydawnictwo: KtoCzyta.pl

Cena: 14.9


Sanctuary

Autor: Edith Wharton

Kate Orme is a young woman whose illusions of marital bliss are shattered when she comes face to face with the dark secret harbored by her fiancé. the wealthy and deceptively ebullient Denis. Kate decides to go ahead and by society’s willingness to overlook such transgressions. nevertheless marries him. Years later. her son faces a moral crisis similar to the one that showed her his father’s moral weakness. With the precision. beauty. and sharp awareness of the cracks in upper-class New York society that made her one of the great writers of the twentieth century. Edith Wharton offers a subtle critique of the nature versus nurture debate that raged in the early 1900s. „Sanctuary” is a spare and moving investigation of the forces that impel human beings toward sin. self-doubt. and redemption.

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